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2nd Annual Black Greek Expo: Tonight in the
Reed Lecture Hall from 7:00-9:00 p.m. there will be
a forum and panel discussion on the historical
background and membership requirements of Greek
organizations. A reception will follow.
Attention Graduating Seniors: Caps and
gowns are in. You can pick them up in the
bookstore. Please remember to pick up graduation
tickets in the Registrar's Office by April 30.
Summer Workstudy Applications: Workstudy
applications for the Summer Session are still
available in the Financial Aid Office.
Summer Jobs: Needed: teachers' aids for youth,
group supervisors to work with economically
disadvantaged at-risk youth, and crew leaders to
work with youth. Must reside within Erie County or
provide own transportation. Must be under 21 years
of age. Applications can be picked up in the
Financial Aid Office and are due May 7.
Women's Club of Erie Scholarship: For
anyone already accepted in 2EET or 2MET. You do
not need to be in need of financial assistance. To
apply you must write a letter of application. For
more information contact the Financial Aid Office.
Deadline is April 30.
Orville Redenbacher Scholarship: For
students 30 years old or older, enrolled or planning
to enroll in a degree program. Deadline is May 1.
Pick up an application in the Financial Aid Office.
Air and Waste Management Scholarship: For
students enrolled full-time in a program leading to a
career in air or waste management in Western
Pennsylvania. Should have at least a "B" average.
Deadline is May 15. Applications can be picked up
in the Financial Aid Office.
Collegian Staff Reminder: Hard copies are due
in The Collegian Office by tomorrow afternoon.
Children of divorced parents
Though the divorce rate has stabilized in the United States, almost 10
million children under agelB have single parents. A look at the
demographics and divorce's effects:
How many are getting divorced
Divorces per 1,000 married women, 15- to 44-years-old
25% of kids live
with one parent...
Child living with:
parents are divorced
Never , Divorced,
SOURCE: Child Trends Inc., Census Bureau,
National Cantor for Health Statistics
More kids of divorced
parents have problems
Percent of young adults ages
Parents Parents not
Poor relationship with father
Poor relationship with mother
Received psychological help
Dropped out of high school
- 11.1111 27 %
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In Scenario C, the
enhancement section, the
Computer Center will receive a
budget increase; a classroom
which will allow the classes to
keep up-to-date with recent
instructional technology; and the
coaching staffs of the various
collegiate teams will be
Although the possibility is
that the University will initiate
the full 7.5% cut, the Behrend
Futures Committee is confident
that only a 2.5% cut will occur.
A contingency plan has been
made for just that occasion. Cuts
will primarily be made in support
areas and the bus service; the
pool will be closed, the radio
station will become self
sustaining, and University staff
assistant positions will undergo
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environment. He felt there
should be an Earth Day every
The red maple tree that was
planted during the Earth Day
ceremony is located in the
triangular area between the
upper and lower Reed parking
lots. There is a plaque by the
tree which reads, "Dedicated to
the Preservation of all life,
The ultimate goal of Earth
Day was to remind people that
they had a responsibility to
preserve all life. Many people
who attended the Earth Day
festivities felt the celebration
was meaningful, and it helped
them to better see their
obligation to the environment
and to the earth.
"I felt that we accomplished
our goal in reminding our
students, faculty and staff of
their responsibility to preserve
all forms of life," said Sue
Anderson, Coordinator of
Protestant Campus Ministry.
needs a courier to
take the paper to
the publisher in
Corry. It is a paid
position and the
required to take
the paper to the
publisher in the
evening and pick
it up the next
in The Collegian
Police and Safety responded to two medical assists. A student
eating at a banquet had an allergic reaction to peanuts that were
mixed in the food. She was transported to Hamot Medical Center
by Brookside ambulance.
Driving Under the Influence
On Saturday, April 24, a student was seen driving across the lawn iut
the Residence Hall area. When stopped, it was noticed that the
student had been drinking alcoholic beverages. He was arrested for
driving under the influence and was taken to North East for an
intoxilizer test. He was then returned to the Police and Safety
Office where he was fmgerprinted, photographed, and then released
to the duty resident assistant. He was charged with driving under the
influence, careless driving, and underage drinking.
On Monday, April 26, a student reported to Police and Safety that
his vehicle had been keyed while puked on campus. This incident
is under investigation.
An error needs to be corrected that occurred in
the April 22nd issue of the Collegian. It was stated
in the "Earth Day '93 Events" article that Steve
Cash had an artificial heart. He indeed only
underwent a heart transplant, and at no time lived
with an artificial heart.
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